Royal naga

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Royal naga

Source: What Lies in Dust, pg(s). 88f.

Royal nagas are colorful, five-headed nagas with a stern, commanding air that guard treasures in lost cities.1


Royal nagas are serpentine creatures that can be more than 14 feet long, with lustrous, jewel-like scales. However, the creatures can assume humanoid forms to deceive or interrogate intruders.1

Behavior & Ecology

These creatures are known to be exceptionally long-lived, exceeding 1,400 years of age in some cases. They can naturally cast arcane spells, and can blind or mute creatures with their hypnotic gaze.1

Fascinated by history, they seek to dominate the most notable sites of ancient ruins, seeking to drive away all rivals. Although dark nagas and guardian nagas have a deep respect for the them, royal nagas and spirit nagas are virulent enemies.1


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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 F. Wesley Schneider, et al. “Bestiary” in What Lies in Dust, 88–89. Paizo Inc., 2009